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This Mexican guacamole recipe shows the traditional way to make guacamole, which is really very simple and includes all of the great additional ingredients you can add in to make it your own. This easy guacamole recipe provides the perfect raw food. Avocados will keep you going for a long time with their incredibly healthy fats and intense nutrition. Guacamole is a staple in Mexican cuisine and here I will show you it in an deliciously satisfying, and fun – all raw Nacho Platter.  || Read more

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This upside down cake was a real sensation at dinner and everyone had more than they planned. Maybe it was the bright fresh tropical sun-infused fruit that felt so good to us, just coming out of winter, or maybe it was the straight from nature, nutritious raw ingredients that always make you feel good to eat. But more likely it was that it just tasted great, because it really does! This upside down cake can be made with other fruit, like berries, or peaches, and it is so easy to make.  || Read more

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This tamarind sauce recipe is delicious! I love tamarind. It is one of my favorite flavors: sweet, sour and with a very deep flavor that once you add a little sweetness and some spices and zest, it turns into an almost intoxicating taste sensation. With this raw food recipe I am going to show how to marinate and dehydrate to soften vegetables the raw way.  || Read more

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This seaweed salad recipe makes seaweed taste great and any recipe that can make seaweed taste good is a great recipe by me. Seaweed, aka sea vegetables, are one of the most nutritious foods that you can eat. Think of them as greens from the sea, dark leafy greens loaded with even more minerals that our super nutritious dark leafy greens from the land. Sea weeds contain all of the minerals from the abundantly mineral-rich sea water.   || Read more

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This healthy breakfast recipe, Buckwheaties, is a raw cereal made from a very nutritious seed that is sprouted and dehydrated. Many think of buckwheat as a grain, but it is actually a fruit seed and despite its name has no relation to wheat at all. Many people who are intolerant to wheat and other grains will find comfort in this highly nutritious and energizing grain-like seed. Buckwheat has high levels of valuable minerals, phytonutrients and a surprisingly high level of antioxidants, rivalling and surpassing many fruits and vegetables.  || Read more

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This raw chocolate ganache tart was a huge sensation last night. We are starting Valentines early over here. I had to test this Valentine cake recipe and it went over incredibly well. in fact, it even got called a masterpiece. I loved that! It’s the artist in me. Raw chocolate and cherries, what a way to celebrate Valentines! It is pure decadence, with the smooth, creamy rich chocolate filling intertwined with cherries, and all set into a brownie crust. It’s mind blowing how delicious it is, and the most incredible thing is that it is actually is good for you!  || Read more

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The 7 Days Eating Raw Foods plan provides a way to experience a raw lifestyle diet for one week. It’s a learning opportunity complete with a guide, a day by day menu plan, recipes and even a grocery list to help you to experience the vibrant feeling of eating raw foods. Gain energy, clarity and flexibility and feel the vibrancy that comes with eating raw foods. Great as an intro for getting into the raw food lifestyle, or just as a tune up to boost your health and help your body to function more optimally.  I have a plan to make the transition as smooth as possible for you. Try it and get your raw glow on! || Read more

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